Jack Mills

Monash University

Jack Mills is an undergraduate maths and ecology student at Monash University beginning honours in maths in 2022. While he is curious about all fields of maths, Jack’s main interests include random walks, discrete maths and stochastic processes, and their applications to biological and ecological systems. He has also completed research on composting with black soldier flies and the psychological experiences of qualia. When Jack is not studying, you can find him hiking or playing music with his band.

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